Celebration at Scuttlebutt

Matt Stromberg, Head Brewer at Scuttlebutt Brewing, sent a message out to all WABL members. I’m going to share the information here, but you really should join WABL so you get information like this straight from the source – just one of the perks of becoming a WABL. There are a lot of great reasons to join. Most importantly, by joining WABL (WA Beer Lovers) you are pledging your support for our vibrant, hard working brewing industry. Read about WABL here.

From Matt Stromberg:

I woke up Monday to the realization that February 1st marked my 10 year anniversary as Head Brewer of Scuttlebutt Brewing Company. There have been many ups and downs over that time but during those ten years Scuttlebutt Brewing Company has grown to become the tenth largest brewery in Washington.

In honor of that milestone Phil, Scuttle, and Phil Jr. indulged my wild side and let me make a beer called Mateo Loco. I’m not ready to give any details just yet but I will say it was created with the Northwest Hop Heads in mind. It’s scheduled to be released March 15th.

Not wanting to wait another six weeks to celebrate 10 years of working together, this morning we decided to do a few special things in celebration for the weekend.

First there will be some cake available Friday afternoon. I don’t know what kind of cake, but Scuttle’s choices in the past have always been well executed and they’ve consistently been good with beer.

For those who want more then cake, I’m going to tap a special 10 Below cask at 3:00 pm. It’s the last cask 10 Below keg and the only one aged on oak. After trying it this morning, I can tell you we’ll be doing many more like this one next Winter when it’s brewed again.

Of course, cask beer isn’t for everyone, and with the Superbowl beaconing, this Friday and Saturday we’ll be selling IPA and Amber 12 packs for $10.00 at the pub. That’s a great value in any economy but especially good in this one.

Please come on by and celebrate a decade of hard work with us. Don’t forget to bring your passport and have it stamped too.

Cheers,

Matt Stromberg
WABL Committee Member
Head Brewer
Scuttlebutt Brewing Company
1524 West Marine View Drive
Everett, WA. 98201
Scuttlebuttbrewing. com



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  1. 10 below on cask sounds delicious! this is my personal favorite winter beer, we buy a pony keg every thanksgiving (my personal experience is 10 below tastes best fresh out of the keg vs. bottled).

Celebration at Scuttlebutt

Matt Stromberg, Head Brewer at Scuttlebutt Brewing, sent a message out to all WABL members. I’m going to share the information here, but you really should join WABL so you get information like this straight from the source – just one of the perks of becoming a WABL. There are a lot of great reasons to join. Most importantly, by joining WABL (WA Beer Lovers) you are pledging your support for our vibrant, hard working brewing industry. Read about WABL here.

From Matt Stromberg:

I woke up Monday to the realization that February 1st marked my 10 year anniversary as Head Brewer of Scuttlebutt Brewing Company. There have been many ups and downs over that time but during those ten years Scuttlebutt Brewing Company has grown to become the tenth largest brewery in Washington.

In honor of that milestone Phil, Scuttle, and Phil Jr. indulged my wild side and let me make a beer called Mateo Loco. I’m not ready to give any details just yet but I will say it was created with the Northwest Hop Heads in mind. It’s scheduled to be released March 15th.

Not wanting to wait another six weeks to celebrate 10 years of working together, this morning we decided to do a few special things in celebration for the weekend.

First there will be some cake available Friday afternoon. I don’t know what kind of cake, but Scuttle’s choices in the past have always been well executed and they’ve consistently been good with beer.

For those who want more then cake, I’m going to tap a special 10 Below cask at 3:00 pm. It’s the last cask 10 Below keg and the only one aged on oak. After trying it this morning, I can tell you we’ll be doing many more like this one next Winter when it’s brewed again.

Of course, cask beer isn’t for everyone, and with the Superbowl beaconing, this Friday and Saturday we’ll be selling IPA and Amber 12 packs for $10.00 at the pub. That’s a great value in any economy but especially good in this one.

Please come on by and celebrate a decade of hard work with us. Don’t forget to bring your passport and have it stamped too.

Cheers,

Matt Stromberg
WABL Committee Member
Head Brewer
Scuttlebutt Brewing Company
1524 West Marine View Drive
Everett, WA. 98201
Scuttlebuttbrewing. com



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  1. 10 below on cask sounds delicious! this is my personal favorite winter beer, we buy a pony keg every thanksgiving (my personal experience is 10 below tastes best fresh out of the keg vs. bottled).

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